Prioritizing your health care needs
We care about your health and well-being
We care about the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning individuals and their families. We provide health care for all regardless of age, language, sexual orientation, race, culture, gender identity or expression, religion, familial status, size, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, gender, and physical and mental ability. We welcome you to experience quality health care that celebrates all of who you are.
Our LGBTQ Task Forces and LGBTQ Community Advisory Council help us build and maintain safe and affirming sites of care for consumers.
When you come to us with your health care needs, you can expect:
- An understanding of both your unique health care needs as well as your everyday wellness concerns
- Providers who are skilled and knowledgeable in providing gender-affirming care
- Well-trained team members who are knowledgeable about LGBTQ issues
- An LGBTQ-inclusive patient policy
- To understand your rights and responsibilities as a patient
- The availability of gender-neutral restrooms
- A commitment to closing health disparities faced by the LGBTQ Community
Services with your needs in mind
We believe all people deserve care that embraces their unique needs and affirms their individuality. That's why we offer a variety of services in Wisconsin and Illinois catered toward all of your health care needs.
- Digestive health, colorectal care and digestive procedures performed at Anal Neoplasia Clinic
- Gender-affirming care including medical, behavioral health and surgical care
- Sexual assault/domestic violence healing and advocacy
- Fertility services
- Treatment plans for infectious diseases, such as HIV and hepatitis C
- Physical rehabilitation services including physical and occupational therapy
- Lung screening program
Providing clinical resources
To provide the best in health care, we offer training on cultural awareness for all of our team members. Our providers are dedicated to offering comprehensive, compassionate care. Many of them are members of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association. They're also trained on the health care needs of the LGBTQ community.
You have unique health care needs. And you can receive the care you need by finding providers near you who are trained in LGBTQ health and who exhibit cultural awareness.
Our community partners
Resources you can use
Advocating for your care
You deserve the best care available. An LGBTQ ombudsperson is here to help if you ever have concerns about the level of health care you receiveSearch LGBTQ ombudspeople